Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News

Storyline: Bolton Wanderers v Sheffield Wednesday

14 September 2014


Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday 
Saturday 13 September
Sky Bet Championship
Macron Stadium
Attendance: 15,799


PRE-MATCH
Stuart Gray: “I’m sure Dougie Freedman will be reminding his players that they gave us a spanking in our last home game of the season. A few of our lads were under par that day but that will certainly not be the case on Saturday.”

Dougie Freedman: “They’re a good side, they mix it up a little bit. They’re a physical side when they need to be and they play a little bit of football through the midfield when it’s required so we know exactly what they are and we’ve had time to work on it.”

VIDEO
Chris Maguire previews the game.



MATCHDAY
Stevie May docks from the team bus following arrival at The Macron Stadium.



MATCH
Bolton 0-0 Wednesday
Watch the best of the action below from the Owls’ official YouTube channel.



TALKING POINT
Stevie May saw this first half effort ruled out for an earlier foul by Atdhe Nuhiu.



POST-MATCH
Stuart Gray: “How did we not win that one? Credit to the players because they have absolutely dominated the game and played Bolton off the park. I just hope we don’t come to regret missing so many chances because that is two points dropped.”

Dougie Freedman: "Sheffield Wednesday made it tough for us – they’re a very good side who are full of confidence, especially away from home. I felt we defended very well today – we probably didn’t do enough going forward to win the game, but we certainly had our fair share of possession."

VIDEO
A collection of clips featuring the debut of former Real Madrid star Royston Drenthe.



INTERVIEW
Keiren Westwood talks to the media after the game. CLICK HERE for the keeper’s full reaction.



NEXT MATCH
Tuesday 16 September
Sky Bet Championship
Birmingham City v Sheffield Wednesday (7.45pm)

CLICK HERE for ticket details.




Advertisement block